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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 27, 1974
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Coaches' Quotes, Probable Lineups Botu Arkansas and Tulsa will take 1-1 records into this Saturday s interseclional battle at Ranorback Stadium. The Uazor- backs are coming off a 2C-7 loss to Oklahoma Stale, while the Hurricane is fresh from a 31-6 win over North Texas State. Here are comments from each team s coach, followed by the two-deep lineups. FUANK -- "Losing · hurts, year it seems to get a - harder. It's almost like ; physical pain. Oklahoma State , had a good team, we knew that . they had a chance to be a great ; learn. We had hoped that the : momentum that we got from ·, the USC game would carry us ; through, but we just weren't the same. ;· Oklahoma State ran only one . Play that even resembled a · fishbone play- during the first ·; quarter and only about 15 dur- ; ing the whole'game. They ran :·. traps, counters, sweeps and roll- out passes. We didn't execute .; well enough to win. ^ We were very conservative on ~ offense. We've got to throw ·' I? orel r 0n first down - Tuls a runs ·; the Houston-veer offense using wo split backs. They have a ot of speed In their backfield. Ve've got to come back and e the team that we were a- gainsl Southern California." TULSA'S F. A. DKY -- "I'm pleased mining wilh our game. We improved used six different running backs and hey all ran with authority. I eel good about sophomores Mel VIcGowen and Thomas Bailey. Neddie Carolina ran inside 'better last week than he ever as.. I saw Arkansas on film from joth of their games and I know what they can do. They have strength and speed on offense and defense and that's a tough combination. I'm impressed with their fullback. Marsh White, who looks as strong as anyone I've seen. That .freshman nose guard (Leotis Harris) caught my eye, too. I'm sure Arkansas won't look like the same team this week that they were against Oklahoma State. They have always put forth a fanatical effort against us, particularly at Fayetteville. It will take that type of effort on our part to contend with them." ;· ARKANSAS OFFENSE ; SE 11 Kelvin O'Brien (6-1, 184, Jr.) ' TT u £ red ?J e c,P.° u e la s (5-10, 180, Jr.) ' · LT II Gera ' d Skinner (6-5, 255, Soph.) · 78 David Spriggs (6-0, 230, Jr.) .' LB 68 Greg Koch (6^, 233, Soph ) ' n r 5 n ? ^ a , lvcy Hampton' (5-11, 237, Soph.) ; C 52 Richard LaFargue (6-5 240 J r ) ; 58 Sam Pope (6-3, 220, Soph.) 1 EG 63 R.C. Thielmann (6-3, 235, Soph) ; 69 Ron Fulcher (5-11, 225, Jr.) · RT 70 Lee King (6-3, 245, Sr) . 67 Allen Petray (6-3, 235. Jr.) : TE 81 Doug Ynder (6-3, 220, Jr.) 82 -Mike Billingsley (6-2, 215 Soph ) · -RHB 85 Ike Forte (6-0, 198, Jr.) *' 21 Vaughn Lusby (5-9, 174, Fr.) ·-' - K B 32 Marsh White (6-2, 220, Sr.) i 42 Rolland Fuchs (5-10, 190, Jr.) : LHB 24 Barnabas White (5-11, 177, Soph.) ; 22 Elijah Davis (5-10, 180, Soph.) ; QB 10 Mark Miller (6-2, 188, Jr.) · 19 Scott Bull (6-4, 206, Jr.) t ARKANSAS DEFENSE ; LE 83 Tvan Jordan (6-2, 209, Jr.) J, 44 William Watkins (6-3, 211, Soph.) · LT 75 Brison Manor (6-4, 232, Sr.) 77 Charlie Brown (6-4, 235, Soph.) · LB 55 Dennis Winston (6-1, 214, Soph.) 53 Billy Burns (6-1, 210, Sr.) · N 72 Leotjs Harris (6-2, 260, Fr.) 66 Mike Campbell (5-11, 207, Jr.) ;- LB 76 Hal McAfee (6-0, 210, Jr.) i 38 Marvin Daily (6-0, 225, Jr.) ^ RT 60 Jon Rhiddlehoover (6-1, 230, Sr.) 73 Chuck McKinney (6-4, 225, Jr.) ^ RE 51 Johnnie Meadors (6-1, 206, Soph.) 36 Alan Watson (6-1, 200, Soph.) · LC 29 Brad Thomas (5-10. 176, Jr.) 20 Muskie Harris (5-11, 174, Soph.) S3 49 Tommy Harris (6-2, 187, Jr.) · -25 Bruce Mitchell (6-3, 185, Soph.) .' F3 26 Floyd Hogan (5-11, 174, Sr.) ; 17 Bo Busby (6-1, 188, Soph.) : RC 40 Rollen Smith (6-1/177, Sr.) '· 31 Howard Sampson (5-10, 185, Fr.) : TULSA OFFENSE ; SE 83 Steve Largent (5-11, 175, Jr.) 89 Lcn Platt (6-3, 185, Jr.) » LT 72 Rick Childers (6-3, 235, Sr.) i 70 Greg Fairchild (6-4, 225, Jr.) I LG 78 Des Hamilton (6-3, 240, Jr.) · 76 Glen Ebeling (6-3, 215, Jr.) ; C 55 Bernie Head (6-4, 245, Jr.) 57 Dan Steffens (6-3, 215, Soph.) ; RG 62 Randy Ores (6-4, 235, Soph.) · , 63 John Lee (6-2, 215, Sr.) : RT 74 Clifford Criddle (6-5, 240, Soph.) 71 Marcilas Jackson (6-3, 240, Jr.) · TE 89 Ken Steinke (6-2, 200, Jr.) V 84 Murph Mitchell (6-4, 230, Sr.) t QB 18 Jeb Blount (6-3, 201, Jr.) · 1 Ron Hickerson (6-0, 198, Soph.) ·' FB 8 Carlisle Cantrell (6-0, 200, Jr.) -. 24 Eldrich Johnson (6-1, 195, Sr.) ; TB' 28 Freddie Carolina (5-10, 180, Sr.) 7 15 Terry Clark (5-10, 183, Soph.) '- FL 5 Leonard Isabel! (6:4, 175, Sr.) ; · 88 Jessie Green (6-3, 200, Jr.) : . TULSA DEFENSE '· LE 82 David Orr (6-4, 222, Soph.) 98 Jack Biggerstaff (6-3, 218, Sr.) ·: L,T 73 Mack Lancaster (6-4, 240, Sr.) 75 Giles Alexander (6-7, 240, Soph.) · MG 69 Ken Thomas (6-2, 240, Sr.) 68 Jim Kasper (6-2, 230, Sr.) ' RT 67 Mike Kipp (6-2, 230, Sr.) ; 70 Greg Fairchild (6-4, 225, Jr.) · RE 80 Andy Hammond (6-2, 210, Sr.). ·' 66 Ray Jefferson (6-3, 210, Jr.) · · LB 99 Al Humphrey (6-3, 225, Sr.) . · 95 Mark Wojciehowski (6-3, 220, Jr.), ' LB 56 Byron Franklin (6-1, 195,. Jr.) : 51 Ed Emond (5-11, 200, Sr.) .'· OB 22 Buddy Tate (6-1, 175, Jr.) ·; 48 Charles Holman (6-1, 178, Jr.) ·; CB 36 Wade Bosarge (5-11, 175, Soph.) 14 Rick Dickson (6-1, 185, Jr.) · FS 32 Kevin Black (5-11,185, Jr.) .' 2 J D. Davis (5-10,170, Jr.) ~ S3 11 Anthony Fields (6-1, 185, Soph.) 34 James Stewart (5-11, 177, Soph.) (TIMESphoto By Ken Good) TOUGH GOING FOR CENTRAL . ... the Wood/and defense was in top form Thursday evening as they 'limited Springdale Cen tral to only 66 yards total offense. Above, the Cowboy defense swarms en masse around a hapless Central runner. In on the play is Terry Salsburry (23) and Rice Brewer (73) trailing the action, in addition to two unidentified players making direct contact, Woodland Bobbles Prove Costly As Springdale Centra! Gains Tie By BILL KENNAN Of the TIMES Sports Stall Woodland head coach Dickie Harris and his outfit of Cowboys were looking very hard for their first victory of the season Thursday night at Harmon Field. The Pokes very nearly succeeded but in the end had to settle for a 0-0 defensive deadlock with Springdale Central. It quickly became evident that it was going to he an evening tor the defenses to shine. Springdale won the toss and found the Woodland defense unyielding on Woodland found a scoring chance. Just a bit ater in the contest the Cowboys were back knocking at the door, this time on the 13, but penalties ended that threat. For the most part it was purely a defensive battle played between the two 35 yard lines. "We made too many mistakes on offense to win this week," said head coach Dick Harris. "But we really got after it on defense. They got just 66 yards total .offense and'had no yards passirfg." Contributing to the defensive surge were Bill Murray and Bill three plays. a stone wall of their own to contend w i t h on their first possession although tailback Greg Montez seemed most likely to find runninfg room, if it was to be the first period almost without interruption with neither unit producing a first down or anything akin. Finally, things began to Sweetzer standing who turned in performances. out- Jim discovered. In fact breezed by Herrington and eighth grade halfbacks Max Thomas and Jay Troumbo also showed well Trumho intercepted two passes. Although Woodland did nol put enough points on the boarc to avert a tie they did win the statistical race. The Cowboys had 111 yards total offense including 31 passing yards. Greg Montez was nearly the whole ·arries. Next action for the Cowboy vill be next Thursday evenin vith a home contest again: fiogers Oakdale. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Sept, 27, 1974 TAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS ' 13 Cubs Could Be Spoiler CHICAGO (AP) -- "The Car- inals say they don't expect ny trouble, but I can't say hat my guys will do--they ant this series awful bad." That's manager Jim Marshall [ the lowly Chicago Cubs talk- ig a'joul the three-game series .ailing here today with the St. ouis Cardinals, gripped in a ense battle with the Pittsburgh 'irates for the National League East pennant. Marshall was referring to the ield free-for-all at St. Louis ast Sunday triggered when Cardinals catcher Ted Simmons lircw a haymaker at the Cubs' Bill Madlock. The Cuhs, trailing last and 18 lames behind the embattled Jards and Bucs, can be the poilers for either contender. After the three-game set with he Cards, Ihe Cubs travel to ?iltsburgh to close out the sea- ion in a three-game series with ,hc Pirates. Marshall will pitch Tom De,ore 3-4 against Ihe veteran Bob Sibson 10-12 in the opener and plans to use the injury slowed 3illy Williams in left field. Longtime Cubs standout Wil liams. reportedly on 'the verge of being traded, Wednesday made his first start since Aug 20 in the second game of a twin bill swept by the Montrea Expos. Although Marshall said Rick Monday would . start in center and Jerry Morales in right, he indicated Jose Cardenal also will see outfield action. "Cardenal hits St. Louis very well," said Marshall. St. Louis probably is as well aware as Marshall of Ihe fuzzy Cubs performance with enemy runners on base i n ' t h i s week's set of two doublehcaders with Montreal, in which the Cubs took only one victory. The Cubs not only had four balks called on their pitchers. but also yielded 16 stolen bases in 17 attempts by the Expos. .The .Cardinals hold an 11-4 season' edge over the Cubs, but as St. Louis' super thief, Lou Brock, said, "We've got to go to Chicago and Ocat those guys and they're tough." After the three-game serie with the Cubs, the Cardinals close the season with a three- game set at Montreal. Pittsburgh's Al Oliver conceded, as the Pirates appcarec n New York this weekend "Our chances, I guess, depenc on how St. Louis does againsf Chicago." The Cubs have been much troublesome, however igainst Pittsburgh than St. jouis. The Bucs have won only ix of 15 games with the Cubs. Hung Over? try our "Morning After Special" Feel Better Fast! Steam and Massage Marc Heller's MASSAGE CENTER 349 N. College 443-4929 Open this Sat. Sun. 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. loosen up midway in the second stanza. Montez had been looking for r u n n i n g room inside all evening. 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